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by jason whitlock who was in kansas city for a long time now is on the fox sports web site in which he mentioned, i think credit continuably, credibly a gun culture in this country. plays itself in many ways it's about and toward guns that almost always leads to tragedy rather than safety. >> bill: we will get to that in a moment. i want to clear this gun control thing up because that's why got in trouble because some people felt. >> yeah. >> bill: this is a very emotional issue and i'm sure you know that. >> of course it is. >> mr. whitlock is really far out. >> there i'm not agreeing. >> bill: i know. when you associate. >> with whom. >> bill: when you associate yourself with a guy like who is that far out there. >> i was unaware of the remarks he made about the nra and the kkk i'm not sure the time line whether they postdated or predated. obviously i would disagree with them a hundred percent. >> i get it. mild scolding compared to what i have received over the last 72 hours. >> bill: as long as you call a christmas tree a christmas tree you are okay here. >> merry christmas to you
into the kansas city chief's murder suicide. he said unnamed forces in america want guns in the black communities so that people of color could destroy each other. whitlock went on to call the nra, quote, the new kkk. that, of course, is insane. the only reason anybody ever heard about it is because bob costas mentioned whitlock in his gun commentary on nbc. so we called this whitlock guy and invited him on the factor. here's what he wrote, quote. i was summoned to testify before speaker of the big house, bill o'reilly, the fox news entertainer. i don't have to shuffle off to the big house when summoned. o'reilly is not boehner, pelosi, or obama. he's tv intertainer who spent the weeks after the election crying about the end of white establishment america. the end of the days when an upstanding white man felt entitled to summon whomever he wanted whenever he wanted to the big house to dance. i don't dance, unquote. now, that is pure racism. nothing else. whitlock implying that i'm some kind of slave overlord, and he gets away with that kind of garbage. in fact, he gets paid to spout. way beyond d
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)